scissor exercises for children - happy hooligans - kids cutting skills Consider as HOMEWORK for primary grades. It's hard to believe students get to grade and don't know how to hold a scissor or cut in a straight line!
Touch points and color matching in one! Just glue magnets to pompoms, print out touch point numbers and a cookie sheet. Could later have just numbers and they have to place the touch points on their own.
Bilateral upper extremity skills, a child needs to learn to stabilize an object or container while performing an activity with the opposite hand. This is a simple, inexpensive activity that addresses bilateral skills and visual perception.
paper plate stencils> pencil control- This idea is much easier for crayons or pencils. I think my girls will feel more confident about doing stenciling with the paper plates verses the small plastic stencils they have used in the past.